Anti- Terrorism Entrance – 911th Airlift Wing Reserve – Pittsburgh
R.A. Glancy built a lookout tower, anti-terrorism gatehouse, vehicle inspection facility and a visitor’s center for the 911th Airlift Wing in Coraopolis, PA. This work also included removing the existing gatehouse and entrance roadway. Old infrastructure was replaced with new pavement and a picturesque, 100-foot-long by 30-foot-high radius retaining wall was erected. Total square footage of all buildings is roughly 5,100 sq. /ft. This project took very specific coordination with the owners to allow easy means of egress on and off the base while construction progressed.
Repair Squad Operations Building – 171st Air National Guard
The Repair Squad Operation Building 107 Project took place at the 171st PA Air National Guard Base in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania. This project included: repairing exterior features including masonry and windows, renovation of interior spaces including all drywall work, ceiling replacement, vinyl composition tile, carpet and casework replacement, providing a wet pipe sprinkler system, replacing the domestic hot water heater, connecting a new kitchen sink, replacing the existing HVAC system, modifying the electrical system for emergency power operations, providing temporary office and toilet facilities for government employees, and provide government use of storage trailers for materials requiring refrigeration.
Construct Vault Security Force Building B400– 910th Airlift Reserve Wing
In 2014 R.A. Glancy traveled over towards Youngstown, Ohio to assist our Department of Defense in building a Vault Security Force Building. Having to follow Strict Department of Defense regulations, R.A. Glancy not only built a 500 square foot A, A&E Vault, but also renovated existing rooms in the existing building. R.A. Glancy with the assistance from our hard-working subcontractors updated flooring, wall and ceiling finishes, restrooms, Plumbing, HVAC, Electrical, Communications and Fire systems. A new covered equipment storage area which includes a concrete pad was also installed. The equipment storage area is covered by a steel framed canopy with Standing Seam Steel roofing to match profile and color of existing adjacent standing seam roofing. The concrete pad and roof cover were extended to intersect with the existing roof and concrete pad covered areas.